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Summary

The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Mallory v. Norfolk Southern Railway Co raises new questions about the reach of personal jurisdiction. How has Mallory changed corporate exposure to jurisdiction? What are the remaining limits on personal jurisdiction? This webinar features Ashely Keller and Zina Bash (both of Keller Postman), who argued the Mallory case in the Supreme Court on behalf of the plaintiffs, along with civil procedure expert Andrew Bradt (Professor, Berkeley Law) for a discussion of the state of personal jurisdiction after Mallory. Judge Jeremy D. Fogel (Ret.) (Berkeley Judicial Institute) will moderate. Cosponsored with the Civil Justice Research Initiative, with support from AAJ’s Robert L. Habush Endowment, and the Berkeley Judicial Institute.

  • Date: February 9, 2024
  • Time: 1:00 pm Pacific Time
  • MCLE: This webinar has been approved for 1.0 hour of MCLE credit in California. Credit is only available to those who watch the webinar live.

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Guests

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Zina Bash

Partner at Keller Postman LLC

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Andrew Bradt

Professor of Law at Berkeley Law

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Jeremy Fogel

Executive Director, Berkeley Judicial Institute at Berkeley Law

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Ashley Keller

Partner at Keller Postman LLC